1st - 'You have got until the count of five'

2nd - 'You have got to the count of five'

Do these two mean the same thing?


They do mean the same thing. In this case, "to" is being used in the same manner as "until".

to (preposition) Expressing a point reached at the end of a range or after a period of time.
SOURCE: Oxford Living Dictionaries "to"

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